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April 24, 2014

SPORTS ROUNDUP

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Cooperstown 7, F-S 0

4/21

Freshman Maria Noto continued her torrid pitching, striking out 17 in a two-hitter to lead host Cooperstown to a 7-0 Center State Conference softball victory over Frankfort-Schuyler on Monday.

Noto has 61 strikeouts over Cooperstown’s first four games.

“She’s pretty quick,” Cooperstown coach Dave Bliss said of Noto, who walked one and hit a batter Monday. “She hits her spots really. She has three pitches she throws consistently well. She’s throwing high 50s, close to 60. She’s a good little pitcher.”

Cooperstown (3-1, 2-1) scored three times in the first inning without a hit. The first four batters walked, and Maria Noto and Maggie Hall scored on the same wild pitch in the inning.

Hall finished 3-for-3 with an RBI, Jen Flynn went 2-for-2 with an RBI, Maria Noto had two hits and Carson Haney finished with two RBIs for Cooperstown, which is at Sauquoit tomorrow before hosting Hoosick Falls on Saturday and Central Valley on Monday.

Cooperstown 7, Frankfort-Schuyler 0

F-S 000 000 0 – 0 2 2

Cooperstown 311 200 x – 7 8 0

Katie Raab (L) and Michaela Costello. Maria Noto (W) and Alexie Psouvas.

Milford 17, Franklin 0

4/21

Mataiah Waters went 2-for-4 and had three RBIs to lead visiting Milford to a win by mercy rule in the Tri-Valley League.

Waters homered in the first inning and Maddy Zenir did likewise in the third inning.

Milford also received two hits and an RBI from Taylor Olmstead.

Katie Allen had a double for Franklin (0-2, 0-2).

Milford 17, Franklin 0

Milford 245 51 - 17 12 0

Franklin 000 00 - 0 1 5

Serena Chase (W), Savannah Eckberg (4) and Natasha Skillen. Alexis Hurlburt (L) and Jetta Shackleton. 2B: Natasha Skillen (M), Katie Allen (F). 3B: Dawn Pickwick (M). HR: Mataiah Waters (M), Maddy Zenir (M).

Cooperstown 7, Frankfort-Schuyler 0

F-S 000 000 0 – 0 2 2

Cooperstown 311 200 x – 7 8 0

BASEBALL

Milford 8, Franklin 5

4/21

Paul VanWarner’s two-run single in the sixth inning gave Milford a 6-5 lead and the visiting Wildcats went on to a Tri-Valley League victory.

Milford scored six runs in the sixth inning, which also included a two-run triple by Blake Elliot.

Joe Serrao had two hits for Franklin (1-2, 1-2), which will visit Richfield Springs on Wednesday.

Milford 8, Franklin 5

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Franklin 030 200 0 - 5 6 2

Adam Renwick, Austin Brown (W, 5) and Blake Elliot. Joe Terrano (L) and Billy Davis.

2B: Wyatt Waters (M), Stephen Banks (M). 3B: Blake Elliot (M).

F-S 11, Cooperstown 1

4/21

Scott Segit went 3-for-3, but Cooperstown lost in a Center State Conference game at Doubleday Field.

Four times Cooperstown loaded the bases with one out, but failed to get a key hit.

Cooperstown (1-2, 1-2) is at Sauquoit tomorrow and will host Central Valley on Monday at Doubleday Field.

Frankfort-Schuyler 11, Cooperstown 1

F-S 140 030 3 - 11 11 4

Cooperstown 000 100 x - 1 9 5

Mark Stina (W) and Justin Kiesow. Zach France (L), Dante Polle (3), Park Summers (6), Skyler Taylor (7), and Jack Donnelly, Scott Segit (6). 2B: Mitch Short (F), Justin Kiesow (F) 2, Parker Goldsmith (F), Christian Alexander (C).

GOLF

at Delhi College GC

4/21

Joe Burgin earned medalist honors with a 44 to lead Delhi to a 237-294 non-league victory over Cooperstown.

Teddy Trosset shot a team-best 45 for Cooperstown.

at Delhi College GC

Team scores: Delhi 237, Cooperstown 294,

Delhi: Joe Burgin 44, Ben Arehart 46, Mike Bryden 48, Justin Simonds 49, Austin Hitchcock 50, Miles Philion 51.

Cooperstown: Teddy Trosset 45, Max Clinton 55, Kyle Tallman 61, Tanner Clinton 63, Kevin Frevele 70, David Zoltick 73.

TRACK

B-G/A Invitational

4/19

Non-scoring

BOYS

100 meters: 1, Lucas Seneck (G-MU/M) 11.77; 2, Brandt McCall (BGA) 11.78; 3, Vinny Caratelli (BGA) 11.85.

200: 1, Brandt McCall (BGA) 23.96; 2, Kyle Raymer (BGA) 24.17; 3, Lucas Seneck (G-MU/M) 24.26.

400: 1, Dean Howard (Sidney) 53.00; 2, Jay Bame (BGA) 54.10; 3, Thomas Hoskins (Sidney) 58.52.

800: 1, James Mealey (G-MU/M) 2:14.33; 2, Brett Humphries (Unatego) 2:14.61; 3, Cole Matthews (Sidney) 2:21.97.

1,600: 1, Adam Bauerle (BGA) 4:49.83; 2, Daniel Rudloff (Cooperstown) 4:50.30; 3, Cameron Grant-Hill (G-MU/M) 5:00.27.

3,200: 1, Ray Arnold (Sidney) 11:33.85; 2, Kevin Riggs (BGA) 12:49.76; 3, 3, Matt Leichty (Unatego) 12:54.11.

110 hurdles: 1, Austin Ryan (Unatego) 17.92; 2, Joe Birch (BGA) 19.51; 3, Devon Santamaria (Deposit) 22.72.

400 hurdles: Joe Birch (BGA) 1:06.10; 2, Austin Ryan (Unatego) 1:11.57; 3, Dylan Christ (Deposit) 1:18.32.

Distance-medley relay: 1, Sidney 12:14.16; 2, Unatego 12:20.72; 3, B-G/A 12:34.72.

Sprint-medley relay: 1, B-G/A 4:03.63; 2, Walton 4:06.04; 3, Sidney 4:17.73.

Long jump: 1, David Schaeffer (Deposit) 19-11/2; 2, Christian Rutherford (Walton) 17-71/2; 3, Johnny Zhang (Cooperstown) 17-43/4.

Triple jump: 1, Dan Norris (BGA) 34-10; 2, Brian Tequin (BGA) 34-83/4; 3, Nevada Heaney (BGA) 33-9.

High jump: 1, David Schaeffer (Deposit) 5-8; 2, Kyle Raymer (BGA) 5-8; 3, Tyson McCarroll (Sidney) 5-6.

at Milford

4/22

Aidan Staib placed first in the shot put and the discus, and ran a leg on Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris’ victorious 400-meter relay team as G-MU/M won a Tri-Valley League boys meet.

Staib put the shot 39 feet and threw the discus 114-11.

Lucas Seneck won the 100 (11.88) and the 200 (24.94), and Cameron Grant-Hill placed first in the 400 (58.16) and the 1,600 (5:06.59) for G-MU/M.

Milford’s Elijah Rutledge cleared 5-10 to win the high jump.

G-MU/M finished with 70 points, 40 better than Milford and 50 ahead of Andes.

G-MU/M’s girls also won. They finished with 61 points, three ahead of Milford. Andes had 11.

Christina Hawkins won the shot put (31-5) and the discus (112-5) for G-MU/M.

Emilie Mertz and Keira Higgins had two wins apiece for Milford. Mertz won the 200 (28.9) and the 400 (1:05.56), and Higgins placed first in the 1,500 (5:50.85) and the 3,000 (13:11.85).

Milford will run in the Tri-Valley League Relays at 4 p.m. Friday at Oneonta High.

at Milford

Boys team scores:Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris 70, Milford 30, Andes 20.

100 meters: Lucas Seneck (G) 11.88.

200: Lucas Seneck (G) 24.94.

400: Cameron Grant-Hill (G) 58.16.

800: James Mealey (G) 2:12.06.

1,600: Cameron Grant-Hill (G) 5:06.59.

3,200: Freddie Schwartzhans (G) 13:07.15.

110 hurdles: Brandon Macumber (M) 20.03.

400 hurdles: Brandon Macumber (M) 1:07.51.

400 relay: G-MU/M (Aidan Staib, Camden McKown, Lucas Seneck, Lavran Pagano) 48.13.

1,600 relay: Andes (Baron, Grapes, Maxim, Valkanda) 4:32.0.

3,200 relay: G-MU/M (Backman, Schwartzhans, Grant-Hill, Mealey) 10:45.73.

High jump: Elijah Rutledge (M) 5-10.

Shot put: Aidan Staib (G) 39-0.

Discus: Aidan Staib (G) 114-11.

Girls team scores: Gilbertsville-Mount Upton/Morris 61, Milford 58, Andes 11.

100 meters: Tayler Nichols (G) 13.67.

200: Emilie Mertz (M) 28.9.

400: Emilie Mertz (M) 1:05.56.

800: Hannah Saggese (M) 2:37.75.

1,500: Keira Higgins (M) 5:50.85.

3,000: Keira Higgins (M) 13:11.85.

100 hurdles: Ansley Kaster (G) 18.99.

400 relay: G-MU/M (Tayler Nichols, Deidre Brett, Sophia Garry, Vasaliki Drapariotis) 57.85.

1,600 relay: Milford (Grace Brennan, Hannah Saggese, Lia Solensten, Emilie Mertz) 5:00.56.

3,200 relay: Milford (Lizette Holliday, Keira Higgins, Emilie Mertz, Hannah Saggese) 11:02.98.

High jump: Shianne Coss (A) 4-8.

Shot put: Christina Hawkins (G) 31-5.

Discus: Christina Hawkins (G) 112-5.